EFCC resumes issuance of SCUML certificates
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) says the Special Control Unit Against Money Laundering (SCUML) has commenced issuance of certificates to applicants.
Commission’s spokesman Wilson Uwujaren announced this I’m a statement on Thursday.
The SCUML is a statutory responsibility of the EFCC under the new-fangled Money Laundering Act, 2022.
“The EFCC is delighted to inform the general public that the SCUML has commenced issuance of certificates to every successful applicant.
“It would be recalled that issuance of certificates was suspended as an administrative measure to bring SCUML into alignment with its new regulatory framework, environment and obligations.
“Interested applicants can come with their application for the new certificates.
“The EFCC wishes to assure the public of a more professional and efficient SCUML,” the statement read in part.
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